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How to view Cleared Notification History on Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Flip 5?

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Have you ever deleted or swiped notifications from your smartphone screen to avoid distractions? Sometimes, we do this because we think it is not necessary. But in the end, we keep regretting what the message was. Can this information be recovered? The simple answer is yes. You can quickly retrieve these notifications as Samsung provides a Notification History feature, which can be a lifesaver.

Samsung’s latest foldable smartphones, the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Flip 5, which have arrived with the latest One UI 5.1.1 out of the box, have the Notification History feature, which allows users to recover their notifications. Note that this feature can only recover the most recent messages that have been deleted, not all.

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In this guide, you will learn how to enable the notification history feature and then how to use it on your Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Flip 5 devices. Just follow the process mentioned below:

How do I enable the notification history on Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Flip 5?

  • Go to the Settings app.
  • Scroll and tap on Notifications.
  • Select the Advanced Settings option.
  • Tap on Notification History.
  • Select the Notification History toggle to turn it on.

How do I check notification history on Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Flip 5?

  • Swipe from the top of the screen to open the Notification Center.
  • Now, dismiss any app’s notification and check the same in the Notification History menu.
  • On your Galaxy Z Fold 5 or Flip 5, open the Settings app.
  • Scroll down and select Advanced Settings.
  • Here, you will find the Notification History option. Tap on it to see your dismissed notification.

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How To Join One UI 6 Watch Beta Program

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Samsung has already introduced One UI 6 Watch features for Galaxy Watch users in health, including Energy Score and Galaxy AI-powered health tips. 

Samsung is bringing Galaxy AI to the Galaxy Watch, enhancing its popular health features and providing users with more personalized and secure health experiences. The new Energy Score feature analyzes personal health metrics to provide a better understanding of daily conditions and offers motivational tips to improve wellness.

The Korean tech giant officially launched the WearOS 5-based beta program for the One UI 6 Watch earlier. The tests concern, in particular, smartwatch models from Samsung, namely the Galaxy Watch 6 and the Watch 6 Classic.

If you want to install the One UI 6 Watch beta on your Galaxy Watch, you have to follow these steps:

How To Join One UI 6 Watch Beta Program for Galaxy Watch

  • The One UI 6 Watch beta program is only available in the United States and South Korea, at least for the time being.
  • If you follow us from one of these countries, you can access the beta test through the Samsung Members app and the appropriate banner on the main screen.
  • Once you’ve joined, you’ll be able to download the update through the Galaxy Wearable app settings, like a regular update.
  • The required download is more than 1.5 to 2 GB, so we recommend that you stay connected to the Wi-Fi network and only start it with a smartwatch battery life of more than 30%.

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One UI 6.1: Must-Try Features That Make Your Galaxy Phone Even Better

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Samsung has brought several new features with the One UI 6.1 update. Despite the hype of some Galaxy AI features, other new changes did not come into the limelight, so in this article, we will discuss some of the useful functionalities that will provide you with a whole new experience of customization.

How to Use Samsung Galaxy AI Copy and paste the object Feature

With the One UI 6.1 update, users will get more convenience while placing the objects in the images; however, it is not limited to only one image, and you can also copy and paste the object from one image to another. To do that, follow these simple steps:

  1. Open the gallery, then tap and hold the object.
  2. Once it pops up, you can drag it to another image.
  3. Alternatively, you can see a copy option at the top of the object; just tap on it.
  4. Once done, go to the other image where you want to pass the image. 
  5. Then tap on and hold the empty place in the image, and tap on the paste button.

For more convenience, Samsung has also allowed users to paste the images to other Galaxy devices directly if they are working on the same Samsung account.

How to Use Samsung Galaxy AI Enhanced Lock screen customization

Galaxy users have several customization options that bring the ability to give a personal creative lock screen. Now with One UI 6.1, you will receive some new options like effects and frames. With the effects option, you can directly apply different effects to the photo and also select desired frames to apply the effects. To use the effects, follow the below steps.

  1. First, go to the gallery.
  2. Choose the desired image you want to use on the lock screen. 
  3. Once you choose the image, tap on the three-dot menu and select’set’image in lock screen.
  4. Then there will be an edit window where you will see two buttons at the bottom of the screen for effects and frames. 
  5. When you choose the frame option, you can also customize frames.

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Samsung is the first company to introduce the circle-to-search feature on their devices. With normal usage, you can search any image that appears on your device, and you can also use it to immediately get information about any products by simply clicking photos with your camera.

Galaxy AI: How to use your voice for live text to call for translation

Now users can easily use the live text to call translation on their own by following these simple steps:

  1. Go to settings and select advanced features.
  2. Now tap on Advanced Intelligence.
  3. Here is the first option named “phone
  4. Now through the text call settings
  5. Here, you can customize the voice and apply your own.
  6. Now it will take some voice samples and feed them to a new file, which will create your own voice pack.

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How to Use Galaxy AI Summarize and Translate Feature on Samsung Phones

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If you like to read articles on the internet, you will love the Galaxy AI summarization feature, which will help you quickly read the main concept of the article and also take advantage of on-demand translation of the content into your language.

Initially, it looks like the feature may be available for all the browsers installed on Galaxy devices, but while exploring the feature, we got to know that you can take advantage of the summarization and translation abilities only from the Samsung Internet browser. Let’s learn about how to use the feature. 

Galaxy AI Summarize and Translate Feature on Samsung Internet Browser

The summarization and translation of web pages work as an assistant, which works on demand from users, so it suits the browsing assist function. When it arrived, it looked like a premium feature, so there were some rumors that it might be limited to the Galaxy S24 devices, but with the latest development, the expansion of One UI 6.1, the feature was spotted on all the flagship devices released last year.

How to use Galaxy AI Summarize and Translate feature

  1. First, open the Samsung Internet browser.
  2. then search for whatever you want to read. When the page loads, tap on the star icon (Galaxy AI icon) in the center of the toolbar.
  3. Now, pick one of two options. either summarize or translate and wait until it processes. If you want to take a more detailed summary, then you can select the Detailed option, or for a shorter summary, you can go for Standard. 
  4. After the summary, you can also translate the content into the desired language by tapping on the translate button.

It is worth noticing that the browsing assist doesn’t work on all the sites because some sites use paywalls that don’t give access to the AI. However, once you subscribe to the particular site, you can easily do the translation and summarization.


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